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BATCH 1

Republic of the Philippines Bulacan State University Bustos Campus Bustos, Bulacan

NAME: ____________________________________________________ DATE:______________ YEAR & SECTION: _________________________________________ SCORE:______________ MID-TERM EXAMINATION IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE (SCI 113) I. BEST AMONG THE REST!!! Direction: Read each statement carefully. Choose the best word that is being described in each number. Write the letter of your answer in the space provided before the number. _______1. A symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit. a. parasitism b. amensalism c. commensalism d. mutualism _______2. It is known as dextrose or blood sugar. a. Sucrose b. fructose c. glucose d. galactose _______3. It is the largest and most complex organic molecule. a. Protein b. Nucleic Acid c. Vitamins d. lipids _______4. This inorganic material makes up the 60-90 % of a cells protoplasm. a. Oxygen b. Water c. Carbohydrates d. Protein _______5. A type of bond that involves the sharing of electrons. a. Ionic bond b. hydrogen bond c. covalent bond d. electrovalent bond _______6. The total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom. a. Atomic mass b. atomic number c. atomic series d. atomic charge _______7. Consumers that eats both plants and other animals a. carnivores b. herbivores c. omnivores d. scavengers _______8. These are substances that neither have definite shape nor volume. a. Solids b. liquids c. gases d. plasma _______9. The following are examples of physical properties except; a. Color b. transparency c. boiling point d. oxidation _______10. Refers to the gravitational attraction exerted by a large body of matter on an object. a. Mass b. weight c. force d. energy _______11. He is the father of medicine a. Hippocrates b. Gregor Mendel c. Plato d. Louis Pasteur _______12. The basic building blocks of proteins. a. vitamin b. nucleic acid c. amino acid d. carbohydrates _______13. It is the simplest but the most abundant organic compound. a. vitamin b. nucleic acid c. amino acid d. carbohydrates _______14. Good source of zinc. a. Milk b. tomato c. shrimp d. apple _______15. All the following elements can be found inside the human body except: a. cobalt b. phosphorus c. magnesium d. astatine _______16. The following are characteristics of living things except; a. movement b. organization c. electro-sensitivity d. life cycle _______17. Respiration is an example of a. anabolism b. catabolism c. adaptation d. sensitivity _______18. Organisms that depend on other organisms for food are called a. heterotrophs b. autotrophs c. saprophytes d. xerophytes _______19. In animal metabolism, the following are the by-products except; a. carbon dioxide b. oxygen c. water d. urea _______20. He is the father of medicine. a. Hippocrates b. Gregor Mendel c. Plato d. Louis Pasteur _______21. He is the Father of Modern Anatomy. a. Vesalius b. Harvey c. Plato d. Hooke _______22. He established the system of nomenclature in which all living things are arranged by genera and species. a. Spallanzani b. Linnaeus c. Lammarck d. De Vries _______23.It is the application of a logical process of reasoning to arrive at a model nature that is consistent with experimental results. a. Science b. Scientific Method c. Technology d. Applied Science _______24. 78% of the atmosphere is composed of this gas a. Oxygen b. Nitrogen c. Carbon Dioxide d. Argon

_______25. He made the first microscope. a. Redi b. Brown c. Hooke

d. Leeuwenhoek

II. PERFECT MATCH!! Direction: Match the phrases in column A with the proper terms in Column B. Write the letter of your answer in the box provided. COLUMN A COLUMN B 1. Vitamin B1 A. Starches 2. Vitamin B6 B. Fructose 3. Vitamin B12 C. Steroids 4. Vitamin C D. Thiamine 5. Vitamin A E. Retinol 6. Vitamin B2 F. Riboflavin 7. Lactose G. Cyanocobalamine 8. Complex lipids H. Pyridoxine 9. Monosaccharide I. Ascorbic Acid 10. Polysaccharides J. Milk Sugar III. UNJUMBLE, UNRUMBLE!!! Direction: Unjumble the following letters to get the correct sub-branch of BIOLOGY that is described by the provided clue. Note; 1 letter is added to serve as distracter. 1. Fungi 2. Naming 3. Viruses 4. Insects

Y M C E

O L

Y O G A

X Y T

O N A

O M R O

H I V

Y L O G

T O O O

M E G N

_________________ 5. Diseases

_________________ 6. Lichens

_________________ 7. Tissues

______________ 8. Fossils

P T O E

H L A O

L N O

H E C

G L C O

I H

O L

O Y

P T O

O E A

L O C N G

S C

_________________ 9. Algae

_________________ 10. Animals

_________________

______________

P Y O C

H L A O

G O O

H L O Z

_________________

_________________

IV. WHAT AM I? Direction: Fill in the blanks. 1. ______________ is a group of individuals of the same species living together in the same area. 2. ______________ is any large geographical region with a characteristic climate. 3. ______________is the ability to create another one of the same kind or species. 4. ______________ is the total role of the organism in the community. 5. ______________ refers to the properties and conditions which distinguish the plants and animals from inorganic matter and dead organisms. 6. _____________ is the study of living things. 7. _____________ are organisms that produce their own food, also known as self-feeders. 8. _____________ is the tiny central part of an atom that contains the protons and the neutrons.

9. _____________ is a type of soil that is a mixture of compact and loose soil plus organic matter. 10. _____________ made up of two or more pure substances jumbled together either homogeneously or heterogeneously. V. LABEL ME!!! Direction: Label the parts of the following illustrations then write the functions of each part on the space provided. A. PLANT CELL FUNCTION 1. 5 4 1 2 4. 2.

3.

5. 3

B. ANIMAL CELL

FUNCTION 1.

1 3 4 2

2.

3.

4. 5 5.

C. MICROSCOPE
13) PART #5_______________ Function: ________ 14) PART #6_______________ Function: ________ 15) PART #7_______________ Function: ________ 16) PART #8_______________ Function: ________ 17) PART #9_______________ Function: ________ B. place where the slide with specimen is mounted C. also called the ocular, part where we can see the specimen being magnified D. collects and reflects the light E. used to adjust and focus the LPO. F. used to focus and refine the image using the HPO G. used to control the light that enters the microscope FUNCTIONS A. supports the entire microscope

D. PLANT ORGANS

1. 5.

2.

4.

3.

VI. COUNTDOWN!!! Direction: Write or enumerate the answers that are being asked for in each letter. A. 4 kinds of fundamental tissues 1. 3. 2. 4. B. 4 types of animal tissues 1. 3. 2. 4. C. Give 2 abiotic components (physical environment) of the ecosystem 1. 2.

I wish you the best of luck and Gods Blessings Miss Melissa Asuncion Bernardo

BATCH 2

Republic of the Philippines Bulacan State University Bustos Campus Bustos, Bulacan

NAME: ____________________________________________________ DATE:______________ YEAR & SECTION: _________________________________________ SCORE:______________ MID-TERM EXAMINATION IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE (SCI 113) I. BEST AMONG THE REST!!! Direction: Read each statement carefully. Choose the best word that is being described in each number. Write the letter of your answer in the space provided before the number. ________1. It is known as fruit sugar. a. sucrose b. fructose c. glucose d. galactose ________2. A type of bond that involves the sharing of electrons. a. Ionic bond b. hydrogen bond c. covalent bond d. electrovalent bond ________3. It is the largest and most complex organic molecule. a. Protein b. Nucleic Acid c. Vitamins d. lipids ________4. It is the process of changing water into water vapor a. evaporation b. condensation c. precipitation d. transpiration ________5. This inorganic material makes up the 60-90 % of a cells protoplasm. a. Oxygen b. Water c. Carbohydrates d. Protein ________6.The total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom. a. Atomic mass b. atomic number c. atomic series d. atomic charge ________7. It indicates the number of atoms present in a molecule. a. Structural Formula b. Empirical Formula c. Molecular Formula d. Atomic Formula ________8. These are substances that neither have definite shape nor volume. a. Solids b. liquids c. gases d. plasma ________9. Refers to the gravitational attraction exerted by a large body of matter on an object. a. Mass b. weight c. force d. energy ________10. The following are examples of physical properties except; a. Color b. transparency c. boiling point d. oxidation ________11. He is the father of medicine a. Hippocrates b. Gregor Mendel c. Plato d. Louis Pasteur ________12. The basic building blocks of lipids. a. carbohydrates b. polypeptides c. amino acid d. fatty acids ________13. Good source of zinc. a. Milk b. tomato c. shrimp d. apple ________14. It is the simplest but the most abundant organic compound. a. carbohydrates b. proteins c. lipids d. vitamins ________15. All the following elements can be found inside the human body except: a. cobalt b. phosphorus c. magnesium d. astatine ________16. The Father of Biology is a. Plato b. Mendel c. Aristotle d. Darwin ________17. He made the first microscope. a. Redi b. Brown c. Hooke d. Leeuwenhoek ________18. He is the Father of Modern Anatomy. a. Vesalius b. Harvey c. Plato d. Hooke ________19. A naturally occurring group of organisms living together in the same area, consisting of several populations. a. populations b. community c. biomes d. biosphere ________20. A symbiotic relationship in which an organism benefits and the other, called host, suffers harm. b. parasitism b. amensalism c. commensalism d. mutualism _______21. Organisms that produces their own food are called a. heterotrophs b. autotrophs c. saprophytes d. xerophytes _______22. The sequence of organisms through which energy may move in a community or a series of eating and being eaten. a. food web b. food chain c. trophic level d. producer level _______23. The place where an organism lives. a. ecosystem b. habitat c. niche d. ecology _______24. He is the father of medicine.

a. Hippocrates b. Gregor Mendel c. Plato d. Louis Pasteur ______25. In plant photosynthesis, the following materials are necessary except; a. carbon dioxide b. oxygen c. water d. nutrients II. PERFECT MATCH!! Direction: Match the phrases in column A with the proper terms in Column B and Column B with Column C. Write the letter/symbol of your answer in the box provided. COLUMN A COLUMN B 1. Vitamin B1 A. Starches 2. Vitamin B6 B. Fructose 3. Vitamin B12 C. Steroids 4. Vitamin C D. Thiamine 5. Vitamin A E. Retinol 6. Vitamin B2 F. Riboflavin 7. Lactose G. Cyanocobalamine 8. Complex lipids H. Pyridoxine 9. Monosaccharide I. Ascorbic Acid 10. Polysaccharides J. Milk Sugar III. UNJUMBLE, UNRUMBLE!!! Direction: Unjumble the following letters to get the correct sub-branch of BIOLOGY that is described by the provided clue. Note; 1 letter is added to serve as distracter. 1. Diseases 2. Naming 3. Tissues 4. Insects P T O E A H L O G Y A X Y T O N A O M I H T O L S C O Y G T O O O A L M E G N Y

_________________ 5. Fungi Y M C E O L Y O G

_________________ 6. Lichens L N O H E C G L C O I Y

_________________ ______________ 7. Viruses 8. Fossils H R O I V Y L O G P T O O E A L Y

L O C N G

_________________ _________________ 11. Functions 12. Birds P I O S Y H L T O G Y O R O H N A L T I O G Y

_________________

______________

_________________ _________________ IV. WHAT AM I? Direction: Fill in the blanks. 1. ______________ the ability to create another one of the same kind or species. 2. ______________ is the region on earth in which life exists. 3. ______________ a continuous movement of water from the atmosphere to the earth and from earth back to the atmosphere. 4. ______________ gave the most outstanding contributions to evolution. 5. ______________ refers to the properties and conditions which distinguish the plants and animals from inorganic matter and dead organisms. 6. _____________ is a physical component which is essential to all plants in photosynthesis. 7. _____________ is the study of living things.

8. _____________ are plants that are found in almost waterless environments. 9. _____________ made up of two or more pure substances jumbled together either homogeneously or heterogeneously. 10. _____________is the tiny central part of an atom that contains the protons and the neutrons. V. LABEL ME!!! Direction: Label the parts of the following illustrations then write the functions of each part on the space provided. A. PLANT CELL FUNCTION 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 2.

3.

5. 5.

B. ANIMAL CELL 1.

FUNCTION

1 2 4 3

2.

3.

4. 5 5.

C. MICROSCOPE
13) PART #5_______________ Function: ________ 14) PART #6_______________ Function: ________ 15) PART #7_______________ Function: ________ 16) PART #8_______________ Function: ________ 17) PART #9_______________ Function: ________ B. place where the slide with specimen is mounted C. also called the ocular, part where we can see the specimen being magnified D. collects and reflects the light E. used to adjust and focus the LPO. F. used to focus and refine the image using the HPO G. used to control the light that enters the microscope FUNCTIONS A. supports the entire microscope

D. PLANT ORGANS

1. 2. 3.

5.

4.

VI. COUNTDOWN!!! Direction: Write or enumerate the answers that are being asked for in each letter. D. 4 types of animal tissues 1. 3. 2. 4. E. 4 kinds of fundamental tissues 1. 3. 2. 4. F. Give 2 abiotic components (physical environment) of the ecosystem 1. 2.

I wish you the best of luck and Gods Blessings

Miss Melissa Asuncion Bernardo